If you are frustrated by waking to urinate, get the best compression socks you can.

If this is you, you may have Nocturia. Learn how compression socks can help. Since women have higher rates of incontinence, rushing to the bathroom can lead to dangerous falls, which leads to more need for the best compression socks for women possible.

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One cause of nocturia is fluid accumulating in your legs during the day (thanks to gravity). When you lie down to sleep, this fluid re-enters the bloodstream and is processed by the kidneys, producing excess urine throughout the night.

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Interferes with Sleep

This overproduction of urine causes you to wake multiple times a night, which interferes with sleep. This leads to fatigue and sleepiness throughout the day.

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Impact on Well-being

This poor sleep quality can lead to “cognitive impairment, mood alterations, increased susceptibility to disease, decreased work performance, dizziness, increased risk of falls, depression, and mortality.”[Bliwise et al]

Compression Socks can Help

Wearing compression socks during the day prevents fluids from accumulating in your legs, which can reduce the overproduction of urine at night, which means fewer nighttime bathroom visits. You’ll sleep better, and wake up feeling more rested.

Simple solution for nocturia

Recommended by Doctors

Daytime use of compression socks is widely recommended by clinicians and healthcare organizations as an effective nocturia treatment to manage urinating at night.

  • National Association for Continence (NAFC) [1]
  • UrologyHealth.org [2]
  • British Medical Journal [3]
  • International Continence Society (ICS) [4]
  • Cleveland Clinic [5]
  • ContemporaryOBGYN.net [6]
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Compression Socks

$24.99 $29.99

20% Additional discount if you buy 3 or more.
Best Compressions Socks if you wake up at night. Effective, simple, and cost-effective for a better night’s sleep.

  • Medical-grade leg compression (20-30 mmHg)
  • Graduated design (tighter at ankle) for comfort
  • Comfortable feet: Minimal compression, ideal for men too
  • Wide calf size available (ideal if calf is > 15 inches)
  • Material: 85% Nylon, 15% Spandex
  • Care: Hand wash and line dry
  • Compression socks are not recommended for nighttime wear.

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Who should wear compression socks?

ELITONE BetterSleep® provide medical-grade (20-30 mmHg) compression for the best compression socks benefits. If you wake up at night to pee, BetterSleep® socks may be for you. More specifically, if you are on your feet all day, if you are older, or you are pregnant or post-partum, consider ELITONE medical-grade compression socks. One size fits most feet, and two calf sizes are offered. The wide calf size provides 20% more stretch. ELITONE BetterSleep® socks are:

  • compression socks for women
  • compression socks for men
  • compression socks for pregnancy
  • compression socks for nursing
  • compression socks for post-partum care

More FAQs on Compression socks

When I wore the socks [during the day] I did not have to wake up to go to the bathroom during the night. Yah!!”

– Laura

These are the best compression socks I have tried. Not too thick or thin, easy to get on, and they seem to work great.”

– Robbin

Stop Managing, Start Treating… with Elitone URGE.

Compression socks, elevating your feet, and reducing fluid intake are all ways to MANAGE symptoms of urinating at night/nocturia, but they aren’t treatments to address the underlying cause of leaks associated with overactive bladder (OAB).

Elitone URGE is the only non-invasive, FDA-cleared treatment for OAB/urge incontinence. Use at home without the side effects of medication nor risk of surgery/implants. Effective without the worries. Use code ‘SOCKS1’ at checkout to get a free pair of compression socks + $25 OFF with your Elitone or Elitone URGE purchase.

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